Hotels Add Panic Buttons to Protect Housekeepers From Guests

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One guest at the Westin Hotel in downtown Seattle opened his door naked and advocated housekeeper Ely Dar to come in. Another offered her fund in exchange for a rub. A client once told her she was beautiful, then grabbed her in a hug from behind and called after her when she ran away. In […]

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Bitcoin Futures Trading Brings Crypto Into Mainstream

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The intersection of digital money and traditional commerce is at 400 South LaSalle Street in Chicago this weekend. That’s where trading in bitcoin futures opens Sunday evening, as the first great U.S. exchange offers a concoction pegged to the wildly fluctuating cryptocurrency. The currency has risen more than 1,500 percent this year, and about 85 […]

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The Bitcoin Whales: 1,000 People Who Own 40 Percent of the Market

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On Nov. 12, person moved approximately 25,000 bitcoins, merit about $159 million at the time, to an online exchange. The report soon ruffled through online meetings, with bitcoin speculators debating about whether it meant the owner was about to sell the digital currency. Holders of large amounts of bitcoin are often known as whales. And […]

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Hedge Funds Prepare to Trade Against Bitcoin

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A bitcoin big short-lived is building. The planned introduction of bitcoin futures contracts at CME Group Inc ., Cboe Global Markets Inc. and Nasdaq Inc. will make it much simpler to bet on a descend. Hedge stores, which have largely bided on the sidelines, are waiting for the Chicago Mercantile Exchange’s futures market to open […]

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Bitcoin Surges After World’s Biggest Exchange Announces Plans for Futures

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The allure of bitcoin was too much for CME Group Inc. The world’s largest exchange owner turned track today and said it plans to introduce bitcoin futures by the end of the year, merely a month after rejecting such a plan. The largest cryptocurrency, which has tided more than sixfold this year, descended to a […]

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How to Profit From Behavioral Economics

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When people can’t understand what marketplaces are doing, they are usually turn to psychological phenomena to try and explain it: Make of capital phrases such as” insane cheerfulnes ,”” avarice and suspicion ,” and” climbing a wall of anxiety .” Even economists now widely had recognized that investors’ mental caprices mess with frameworks of rational […]

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Read These Five Papers to Understand Thaler’s Nobel-Winning Work

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People act irrationally, a reality economists long ignored. Richard Thaler, winner of the 2017 Nobel prize winner in economics, has made a vocation of fastening that oversight. In research that’s generally quirky, often entertaining, infused with pop-culture and written for a sit gathering, Thaler of the University of Chicago has started the event that human […]

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Thaler, Famed for Nudge Theory, Wins Nobel Economics Prize

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University of Chicago’s Richard H. Thaler, one of the founders of behavioral economics and busines, was apportioned the 2017 Nobel prize winner in Economics for removing light on how human weaknesses such as a lack of rationality and self-control can eventually feign markets. The 72 -year-old, co-author of the 2008 best-seller “Nudge,” has ” built […]

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Fraternity Marches Through Ongoing Gang War To End Violence In Chicago

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Whenever protests against police brutality occur in the United States, critics of the Black Lives Matter movement and other race-related protests are quick tocriticize marchers for ignoring so-called black-on-black crime and for only speaking out when a white police officer is involved in a black person’s death. Alpha Phi AlphaNearly 300 men marched in the […]

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